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November
Voila!: An Introduction to French - L. Kathy HeilenmanVOIL is a user-friendly textbook for introductory French which allows students to communicate meaningfully in French while encouraging them to interact with and respond to French and francophone cultures and literatures. VOIL has abundant teacher support and resources and effectively helps students to develop their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
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November
AP® European History Crash Course Book + Online - Larry KriegerREA's Crash Course for the AP* European History Exam - Gets You a Higher Advanced Placement* Score in Less Time Crash Course is perfect for the time-crunched student, the last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a refresher on the subject. Are you crunched for time? Have you started studying for your Advanced Placement* European History exam yet? How will you memorize everything you need to know before the test? Do you wish there was a fast and easy way to study for the exam AND boost your score? If this sounds like you, don't panic. REA's Crash Course for AP* European History is just what you
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November
Historical Geology: Evolution of the Earth and Life Through Time - Reed Wicander, James MonroeHISTORICAL GEOLOGY: EVOLUTION OF EARTH AND LIFE THROUGH TIME teaches students basic geologic principles as well as how scientists apply these principles to unravel Earth?s history. Wicander and Monroe present a balanced overview of both the geological and biological history of Earth as a continuum of inter-related events. These events reflect the underlying principles and processes that have shaped our planet. The authors also explain the historical development of these basic principles and processes, and their importance in deciphering Earth history. Three major themes?time, evolutionary theory,
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November
Human Impact on Ancient Environments - Charles L. RedmanThreats to biodiversity, food shortages, urban sprawl . . . lessons for environmental problems that confront us today may well be found in the past. The archaeological record contains hundreds of situations in which societies developed long-term sustainable relationships with their environments—and thousands in which the relationships were destructive. Charles Redman demonstrates that much can be learned from an improved understanding of peoples who, through seemingly rational decisions, degraded their environments and threatened their own survival. By discussing archaeological case studies from
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November
The Student's Catullus - Catullus, Daniel H. GarrisonAlthough his audacious, erotic, and satirical verses survived the Middle Ages in only a single copy, Catullus has in our time become a standard author in the college Latin curriculum, ranking with Virgil, Horace, and Ovid. In this third edition, thoroughly revised, Daniel H. Garrison makes these famous poems more accessible than ever to students of Latin. A standard college textbook as well as a comprehensive reference, the book includes a brief introduction about the poet’s life and the character of his poems, a fresh recension of all 113 poems, and a commentary in English on each poem,
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November
How to read and do proofs - Daniel SolowAn easy-to-use guide that shows how to read, understand, and do proofs. Shows how any proof can be understood as a sequence of techniques. Covers the full range of techniques used in proofs, such as the contrapositive, induction, and proof by contradiction. Explains how to identify which techniques are used and how they are applied in the specific problem. Illustrates how to read written proofs with many step-by-step examples. Includes new, expanded appendices related to discrete mathematics, linear algebra, modern algebra and real analysis.
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November
Macroeconomics: Understanding The Wealth Of Nations - David Miles, Andrew      ScottRevised and updated edition of a very successful macroeconomics textbook. Miles and Scott deal with sophisticated issues using advanced economic theory, but in a manner that is accessible to anyone taking a single course in macroeconomics.
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November
Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë, Michael MasonOrphaned into the household of her Aunt Reed at Gateshead, subject to the cruel regime at Lowood charity school, Jane Eyre nonetheless emerges unbroken in spirit and integrity. She takes up the post of governess at Thornfield, falls in love with Mr. Rochester, and discovers the impediment to their lawful marriage in a story that transcends melodrama to portray a woman's passionate search for a wider and richer life than Victorian society traditionally allowed. With a heroine full of yearning, the dangerous secrets she encounters, and the choices she finally makes, Charlotte Bronte's innovative
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November
A History of Psychology: A Global Perspective - Eric E. ShiraevThis text provides a fresh and engaging perspective on psychology s history, covering the discipline s development around the world and highlighting its interdisciplinary nature. It offers comprehensive coverage of both classical and contemporary systems of thought, connects psychology to evolving society and culture from ancient times to today, and provides scores of contemporary applications that draw students into the topic. Clarity of coverage, illustrative examples, visual aids, and critical thinking questions make this text enjoyable for instructor and student alike."
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November
Discovering Qualitative Methods: Field Research, Interviews, and Analysis - Carol A.B. Warren, Tracy Xavia KarnerIn Discovering Qualitative Methods, Second Edition, researchers Carol A. B. Warren and Tracy Xavia Karner emphasize the process of social research--from the initial idea to the final paper, journal article, or scholarly monograph. This highly readable text establishes the theoretical underpinnings and applications of qualitative research. It offers comprehensive yet straightforward coverage that includes the major types of qualitative analysis: field research or ethnography, interviews, documents, and images. The text also discusses the historical background and evolution of research practices,